Archive for the ‘SIMPLE IRA’ Category

Why Choose a Solo 401(k) Plan Over a SIMPLE IRA for Your Business

October 19th, 2017

A SIMPLE IRA plan is similar to a Solo 401(k) Plan in that it is funded by employee deferrals and additional employer contributions. However, unlike a Solo 401(k) Plan, a SIMPLE IRA plan uses an IRA-type trust to hold contributions for each employee, rather than a single plan trust that is typical of a traditional […]

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Retirement And Educational Savings Tax Planning Tips To Lower Taxes In 2017

April 24th, 2017

Now that the tax filing deadline has passed for the 2016 tax year, this is a perfect time to start thinking about some simple ways to boost retirement savings and at the same time lower overall tax liability for 2017. Start Thinking IRA: For 2017, the maximum IRA contribution is $5,500, or $6,500 if you […]

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What Baby Boomers Need To Know About Required Minimum Distributions

January 20th, 2017

This article originally appeared on Forbes.com – Nearly a quarter of Americans were born between 1946 and 1964, the typical definition of the baby boom generation. That is more than 75 million people.  For baby boomers, the largest generation in U.S. history before the millennials, 2017 will begin a process where hundreds of billions of […]

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Choosing a Solo 401k Over a SIMPLE IRA

January 14th, 2015

A SIMPLE IRA plan is similar to a Solo 401(k) Plan in that it is funded by employee deferrals and additional employer contributions. However, unlike a Solo 401(k) Plan, a SIMPLE IRA plan uses an IRA-type trust to hold contributions for each employee, rather than a single plan trust that is typical of a traditional […]

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